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[movies]GET LAMP Interview: Robb Sherwin - Jason Scott
Robb Sherwin goes by a number of names and aliases, both in his capacity as IF author and as website curator. He has a deep interest in Interactive Fiction, and has created a collection of modern IF from 1999 onward, moving between Inform and HUGO languages, as well as simulating the Magnetic Scrolls style of half-graphic half-text IF. He has also given a presentation on IF with Paul O'Brian and is a talented writer in general...
Keywords: GET LAMP; Get Lamp Interview
Downloads: 166
[movies]GET LAMP: Michael Eilers Interview
In 2006 I was asked to speak about various subjects at the University of Advancing technology, a game design and computer programming school in Tempe, Arizona. At the time, I'd been looking for an excuse to get to Arizona to film an interview with Paul Panks, an interactive fiction writer known for his errant behavior and strange projects. Flown in for a few days during a week of presentations and panels, I tried to arrange our interview, but Panks proved elusive and ultimately the interview did...
Keywords: GET LAMP; Get Lamp Interview
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[movies]GET LAMP: Ron Martinez Interview
Ron Martinez was one of the most varied and thoughtful of all the interviewees for GET LAMP; years later, I keep finding things he did in the past, which he didn't jump to take credit for in the interview, and which shift in and out of his many biographies available on the internet. In the context of the movie, I was asking him questions around TRANS Fiction Systems, his interactive fiction company/development house and his work with Simon and Schuster - but spend any time looking him up, and th...
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[movies]GET LAMP: Jim Aspnes Interview - Jason Scott
One of the more common questions and statements made when I was discussing the production of GET LAMP was what role MUDs would play in the final work. MUDs, or Multi-User-Dimensions, or Multi-User-Dungeons (or Multi-Undergraduate Destroyers) were compelling, text-based worlds that took the world by storm starting in the 1970s and then attracting a mass of new adherents in the late 1980s and early 1990s with the introduction of many college students to the internet...
Keywords: GET LAMP; Jim Aspnes; TinyMUD; Interview; Text Adventures; Interactive Fiction
Downloads: 115
[movies]GET LAMP: Mike Gentry Interview - Jason Scott
Several people had suggested I meet up with Mike Gentry - his work, Anchorhead, had itself turned a bunch of heads with its style, emotion, and approach. While one can never really tell what someone is "first" and "second", he seemed a great writer first who happened to use interactive fiction to tell one of his stories, not unlike Adam Cadre with Photopia. So we made an arrangement to meet in Virginia, at his home...
Keywords: GET LAMP; Interview; Mike Gentry; Interactive Fiction; Text Adventures
Downloads: 174
[movies]GET LAMP: Stephen Granade Interview - Jason Scott
Stephen Granade is one of the rare writers who was paid, for some amount of time, to write about Interactive Fiction regularly. While employed by, he maintained a section on the subject, including links and essays. With the closure/ending of his time with, he still had the rights to his works and used this as the foundation for a new site, Brass Lantern, which reviews and analyzes interactive fiction...
Keywords: GET LAMP; Stephen Granade; Interview; IFcomp; Brass Lantern; Text Adventures; Interactive Fiction
Downloads: 240
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